Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver finalize divorce – The Hollywood Reporter
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s marriage officially lasted more than 10 years after the award-winning journalist filed an end to her 25-year marriage to the action star and former California governor.
A Los Angeles judge finalized the divorce on Tuesday, court records show.
The couple have been married since 1986 when Shriver filed for divorce in 2011 after Schwarzenegger revealed he had had a child with a member of their family years earlier.
The revelation caused a tabloid frenzy, but Schwarzenegger and Shriver handled their divorce quietly and without accusations in court or in public.
It’s not clear why this process took so long. Almost no public action was taken in the case between the initial filing in 2011 and the continuation of the court actions in June.
The financial details of the payment have been kept secret. As the couple’s four children together are now adults, there is no custody or custody arrangement.
The settlement papers say that neither of them owes the other any support from the spouse, but that both have the right to ask the court for future approval.
Messages left for the former couple’s attorneys seeking comment were not immediately returned.
Schwarzenegger has amassed a fortune playing action roles in destroyer and Conan movie franchise after a successful career as a bodybuilder. After California experienced economic problems and widespread blackouts under then-Governor Gray Davis, voters recalled the Democratic incumbent and elected Schwarzenegger, a Party member. Republican, served as governor in a free election for all in 2003.
Schwarzenegger put his film career aside and served two terms as governor. Within a year of leaving office, he admitted to having one child, Joseph Baena, now 24, with a member of his family in the late 1990s. Shriver filed for divorce in July 2011. .
He has sporadically returned to acting since then, with roles in destroyer and Accounts payable movie.
Shriver was forced to resign as a reporter on NBC’s “Dateline” when her husband announced his candidacy for governor.
She continued her work as a television journalist after her husband left office, producing stories for NBC while actively promoting women’s rights issues, reporting and campaigning. for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
In 2018, she was the author of the best-selling book, I Am Thinking…: Meditations and Prayers for a Meaningful Life.
Shriver is the daughter of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, sister of President John F. Kennedy, and of Sargent Shriver, the first head of the Peace Corps and vice presidential candidate in 1972.
Shriver and Schwarzenegger’s children range in age from 24 to 32. The eldest, Katherine Schwarzenegger, is an author who is married to actor Chris Pratt.